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Squires Meadow, Lea, Ross-on Wye

  • Ref: 1000_RS0342
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

A spacious three bedroom semi-detatched family home built to the highest standard. Located on a sought after development in the village of Lea, just four miles from the Historic Market Town of Ross-on-Wye.
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Property Features

  • Three Bed Semi-Detached
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Popular Village Location
  • Carport And Parking
  • Close to Village Amenities
  • Master Bedroom with En-Suite
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Semi Rural Location
  • Views Over Surrounding Fields and Farmland
  • Bus Route
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Full Details

Being beautifully presented, this superb family home offers light and spacious accommodation throughout having three bedrooms (master en-suite) fitted kitchen/breakfast room, living room and downstairs cloakroom, complemented by Oak flooring and solid Oak doors. The generous garden with extended patio offers countryside views and there is off road parking for two vehicles within a barn style car port.

Located on the sought after development of Squires Meadow in the village of Lea, just four miles from the Historic Market Town of Ross-on-Wye.

Amenities in the village include a thriving village Store with Post Office, a Garage and an Ofsted rated Primary School. The village is served by a frequent bus service following the main A40 between Ross & Gloucester.

Lea has an active Parish Council, several listed buildings, including The Crown Inn public house, and also the lovely Church of St John the Baptist. The Royal Forest of Dean borders the village on the south east side and the Wye Valley to the west, both with their breath-taking scenery, wide range of sporting and leisure activities and welcoming hospitality.

Nearby Ross-on-Wye offers a good choice of schools, including the John Kyrle High and Sixth Form Centre. There is a wide range of shops and retail outlets, churches, sport & leisure facilities, hotels, bars and restaurants. The M50 motorway can be joined here at Junction 4. and provides excellent commuter links to the M5, giving good access to Birmingham and the North and Bristol and the South. The A40 leads to the M4 at Newport, giving good access to Cardiff and Wales.

Council Tax Band: C (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Freehold

Canopied Front Entrance Porch

Entrance Hall
Enter through the composite front door to the entrance hall having Oak flooring, under stair storage cupboard, stairs to first floor.
Doors to;

Kitchen/Breakfast Room w: 3.21m x l: 3.58m (w: 10' 6" x l: 11' 9")
Double glazed window to front. Fitted kitchen with matching high gloss wall and base units with soft close drawers, under cupboard lighting, stainless steel sink with one and a half bowl and mixer tap over. Tiled surrounds with hotpoint four ring gas hob with extractor hood over. Hotpoint double oven and grill. Space for washer/dryer and fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher. Tiled flooring. Radiator.

Living Room w: 3.28m x l: 5.38m (w: 10' 9" x l: 17' 8")
A generous and light living space with a rear window and French Doors leading directly onto to the rear patio and garden.

Double glazed obscure window to side, low level W.C., wash hand basin, radiator, tiled Flooring.

First Floor Landing
With airing cupboard housing the Worcester boiler. Loft access with fitted ladder to fully boarded attic with eves storage.
Doors to:

Bedroom 1 w: 3.36m x l: 3.66m (w: 11' x l: 12' )
Double glazed window to front aspect, radiator.
Door to;

En-Suite Shower Room
Comprising white W.C., wash hand basin, fully tiled double shower, alcove storage with shelving, tiled flooring.

Bedroom 2 w: 3.16m x l: 3.28m (w: 10' 4" x l: 10' 9")
Double glazed window to rear with views towards farmland and Lea Bailey Hill. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 w: 2.12m x l: 3.28m (w: 6' 11" x l: 10' 9")
Double glazed window to rear with views towards farmland and Lea Bailey Hill. Radiator.

Family Bathroom
Double glazed obscure window to the side. Panelled bath with shower over, low level W.C., wash hand basin, ladder radiator, tiled flooring.

To the front of the property there is a small garden area bound by a picket fence, laid wth bark chippings for low maintenance and planted with an array of shrubs, along with side access to the rear garden.
The extended patio and pleasant lawn offer lovely views towards open farmland and Lea Bailey Hill. At the top of the garden a good sized shed being fully insulated and having power and light sits on a decked base. A pedestrian gate leads to the barn style car port with parking for two vehicles.

We are advised Freehold

Mains Gas, Electricity and Water are connected to the property

Council Tax
Herefordshire County Council Band 'C'

From Ross-on-Wye proceed out of Town following the road signposted towards Gloucester. Continue through the villages of Weston-under-Penyard and Ryeford and continue into the village of Lea. Past the church on the right hand side and a short way along on the right you will find Squires Meadow.

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